Falling Leaves

Sheet Music composed by Jennifer Eklund

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Falling Leaves is an intermediate level lyrical contemporary solo that is part of the Shades of You and Impressions songbooks. Music by Jennifer Eklund.

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Number of Pages4

About the composer

Jennifer Eklund

Jennifer Eklund

Jennifer Eklund holds a bachelor’s degree in music with an emphasis in performance and pedagogy and a master’s degree in historical musicology from California State University, Long Beach. She is an avid arranger, composer, and author of the Piano Pronto® method books series as well as a wide variety of supplemental songbooks for students of all ages and levels.

This product is part of a collection

Shades of You

Shades of You

Kick-start your creativity with eight elegant solos for intermediates of all ages composed by Jennifer Eklund. Each solo includes an accompanying illustration created by Susan Hong. The soothing coloring activities allow the player to set a color palette for each piece to aid in interpreting the music.

Impressions

Impressions

Impressions is a suite of contemporary lyrical solos by Jennifer Eklund that will be a hit with intermediates of all ages.

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Janet
Janet
Reviewed on July 14, 2016
I can hear the influence of "Christifori's Dream" in this one!
HRathnau
HRathnau
Reviewed on June 4, 2015
I assigned “Falling Leaves” to a middle school student this week and she just beamed and said, “That’s pretty!” (Her two older sisters felt left out, so they are each playing another piece from the “Impressions” book). I can tell that much will be gained from “Falling Leaves” – quiet thumb, balance of hands, voicing – for starters. It is going to be a lovely piece to play when the Fall season arrives and I am confident this young lady will be playing it beautifully by then. I also love the quotes you have on each song as well as the beautiful cover and presentation. . . Everything is so well done and thought out and the music is beautiful. Thanks, Jennifer for your thoughtful music and for helping us keep those teenage students interested! Heather Rathnau, NCTM Missouri City, TX
Clary Lewis
Clary Lewis
Reviewed on June 4, 2015
This song is a pleasure to play and to listen to. The left hand is very pattern based which makes it fairly easy to teach. That repeating pattern is perfect for expressing the idea of falling leaves. One of my students used this piece to create who own idea of falling leaves, improvising the right hand while using the left hand pattern, I loved it!
alicejpeterson
alicejpeterson
Reviewed on June 4, 2015
Falling Leaves provided a respite for my intermediates students this summer. Because it is a patterned piece, they learned it without difficulty and were able to focus on a gentle touch and voicing the melody. It provided the right “stretch” for my early intermediate adults and teens–they actually chose this piece every time I demonstrated it for them–even when the alternative was another appealing piece of music. This is a piece to have on hand whether the leaves are currently falling or not–I plan to have a couple of copies on my shelf on an ongoing basis. Thanks, Jenn, for another great composition!
Adrienne
Adrienne
Reviewed on June 4, 2015
My student loves “Falling Leaves.” She learned it over the course of two lessons, and she will play it in our fall recital. When I asked if she liked learning and playing Falling Leaves, her face lit up! She is especially glad that I assigned “a piece that uses the pedal.” This is a ‘keeper’ for sure.